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Personalized, coordinated, multidisciplinary care to help you get on with your life

At Massey, an entire team of experts from multiple disciplines subspecialized in your type of cancer is working together to help you with your cancer care.

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A multidisciplinary approach leading the region's cancer efforts

Massey’s specialists from many different disciplines work together in the area’s largest and most comprehensive multidisciplinary teams. VCU Massey Cancer Center is the leader in Central Virginia in developing and extending highly coordinated care.

Cohesive teams of medical and radiation oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, genetic counselors, clinical research nurses, physical therapists and social workers, among others, come together regularly to customize each individual patient’s course of treatment. We do this for more cancers and more patients than any other center in Central Virginia. This level of teamwork and communication is unparalleled and provides the highest-quality, personalized care – all culminating into better outcomes for patients.

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At Massey, an entire team of experts from multiple disciplines subspecialized in your type of cancer is working together to help you with your cancer care.

“You are cancer free.”

“You are cancer free.”

Not many multiple myeloma patients ever hear those words. Because of a clinical trial, Reed Whitener is one of them.

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